Hours after assault Dynamo Dresden 2-0 on Sunday, a second multiplication group from Hamburg was forced into an reparation due to a argumentative fan message.
During a compare St Pauli fans had unfurled a ensign emblazoned with a inscription: “Your grandparents already burnt for Dresden – opposite a parable of German victimhood.”
Monday outlines a 72nd anniversary of a Allied bombing of Dresden in 1945 in that around 25,000 people were killed.
The bombing of a ancestral city centre has turn a executive partial of a far-right account of German victimhood during and after a Second World War.
Far-right extremists accumulate annually in Dresden on Feb 13th to reject a firebombing that scarcely totally broken a city usually months before a finish of a war.
“St. Pauli strongly distances itself from thought of German victimhood, that has been propagated by a distant right in a past… though a ensign went too distant – it mocks a victims of a aerial barrage of Dresden,” a matter from a bar read.
“St Pauli wants to apologize to Dynamo Dresden, their fans and all family of a victims’s of a attacks that took place 72 years ago.”
Dynamo Dresden pronounced in a matter that a ensign “overshot each range of ambience and leisure of expression.”
This is a second time within a week that football banners in a German track have caused uproar.
Last weekend fans of Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund hold adult signs calling for assault opposite a police including one that inspire people to chuck paving stones during their heads.
Before a compare fans of Dortmund had pounded police, as good as fans of RB Leipzig, with stones and bottles.